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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 314, February 16-29, 1636, 16 February 1636-29 February 1636

    of the persons from whom the amounts were to be levied. The towns were Rushden, Raunds, Irchester, Wollaston, Stanwick, Ringstead, Chelveston cum Caldecott, Bozeat, Hargrave, Newton-Bromshold, EastonMaudit, and Strixton . [1 p . ] Feb. 27. 98. Receipt of Sir Subscribers-only content

    Index of places

    Bugbrooke , 14, 60, 101, 158, 159, 179, 189. Burton Latimer , 127. Caldecote (Cowcott), 31, 178. Charwelton , 14. Chelveston , 96. Clapham (? Clapton), 117. Corbey , 85. Cosgrove , 14, 55, 97, 183. Courteenhall , 97. Cransley

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bicycle b manufacturer, Bath Street, Birmingham, brought an us action against William Okins, blacksmith, Chelveston, ol Higham Ferrets, Northamptonshire, to recover £10. a lUs., the price of abicycle sold to the defendant. BMr.xrr J. S. Pritchett (instructed by MIr. Phillips) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Society. fcotland " Quite satisfied that it Is a first-class fertilizer." Native Guano for Grass and Grain Crops. R. Crawley, Chelveston: -" Used for wheat tnd roots; both good crops." G. Benton, bailiff to Hon. C. Brand, Littledene, Lewes:- " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bi '; Quite satisfied that it is a first-class fertilizer." Native w Guaso for Grass and Grain Crops. R. Crawley, Chelveston: ft -"1 Used for wheat and roots; both good crops." G. tl Benton, bailiff to Hon. C. Brand, Littledene, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Agricultural Society, Scotland.- Quite satisfied that it is a first-class fertilizer." Native Guano for Grass and Grain Crops. It. Crawley, Chelveston: -"Used for wheat and roots both good crops." G. Benton, bailiff to I-Ion. C. Brand, Littledene, Lewes "Used for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Society, Scotland i! "Quite satisfied that it is a first-class fertilizer." Native Guano for Grass and Grain Crops. B. Crawley, Chelveston: -",Used for wheat and roots ; both good crops." G. Benton, bailiff to Hon. C. Brand, Littledene, Lewes:- "Used Subscribers-only content

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